TUTORIAL: ROMANTIC & SEDUCTIVE MAKEUP LOOK

TUTORIAL: ROMANTIC & SEDUCTIVE MAKEUP LOOK

Ugh… I don’t know why my brows look so washed out… Anyways.. All I had in mind when doing this look was that I wanted to try the only ColourPop eyeshadow I own and I ended up with this look which I think is very romantic and seductive! My boyfriend thought it looked kind of vampire-like, but I guess they are a bit seductive? I dunno hahahah. Keep reading to find out how I created this look!

I started out by priming my lids with the MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre and used a translucent powder to set it. I used the Jeffree Star Cosmetics Androgyny Eyeshadow Palette (read my review HERE) for most parts in this look. I applied the shadow Safe Word in my crease with the Crease Blender Brush from Coastal Scents. Next, I layed down the shade Dominatrix with the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents and blended it out with the Crease Blender Brush and a bit of Safe Word.

I then dived into the ColourPop Super Shock Eyeshadow in the shade Muse which is a stunning rosy metallic shadow! I used a sponge tip applicator to apply the creme shadow as I didn’t think a brush did it justice and a sponge tip applicator works just as good as a finger but is much more precise! Next, I used the NYX Cosmetics Matte Liquid Liner to apply a winged liner (see my tutorial on a winged eyeliner HERE). I then used the Real Techniques Accent Brush to apply some of the Fetish shadow from the Androgyny Palette and used the Pointed Blender Brush dipped into a bit of Charm to blend it out.

Next, I finished up the makeup look by applying some of the Lancôme Le Crayon Khol Eye Liner (*) on my upper and lower waterline. I curled my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*), used the MAC Cosmetics In Extreme Dimension 3D Black Lash Mascara (read my review of the mascara HERE) and applied some of the Eylure Individual Lashes (*). For highlight, I used the shades Amber Gold and Snow from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Ultimate Glow Kit (*).

I hope you enjoyed this makeup look as I had so much fun creating it for you! I hope you all have a great weekend so far! xx

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WHY YOU SHOULD ADD LEATHER JACKETS TO YOUR WARDROBE

WHY YOU SHOULD ADD LEATHER JACKETS TO YOUR WARDROBE

//1 Leather Blazer (L’Agence, £1.300) – //2 Yellow Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £40, *) – //3 Pink Belted Leather Jacket (Aula, £714, *) – //4 Leather Jacket with Fur (H&M, £50) – //5 White Belted Leather Jacket (Manokhi, £812, *) – //6 Embroidered Studded Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £60 (on sale for £20 now)*) – //7 Black Belted Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £45, *) – //8 Red Belted Leather Jacket (Boohoo, £45, *)

I have always been in love with leather jackets! I think they are such a statement piece and they can easily take an outfit to a whole other level. I think the standard leather jackets are black and looks kinda like the one at #7 (*). I still love a good basic black leather jacket, but you can make them even more interesting turn them into the centre of the outfit by choosing a leather jacket with embroidery (#6, *) or a fur collar (#4). You can even shake it up and choose a leather blazer like #1 which would look so cool paired with both jeans, skirts, and pants!

If you love a pop of colour, then why stick to a black leather jacket? Leather jackets are available in all sorts of colours! Above I have shown you four different colours: yellow (*), baby pink (*), white, (*), and red (*). These would all work great as a pop of colour in one coloured outfits like all-black or all-white etc. I also think all of them would look amazing paired with cowboy jeans and maybe a white tee if you want to keep it casual.



Which leather jacket from the collage above is your favourite and how would you style it? Let me know in the comments! Mine has to be the baby pink at #3 (*)! I have always had a weakness for pink and still have! I think my ultimate outfit with this baby pink leather jacket would be with a pair of either white jeans or white pants, a white top and a pair of nude court heels!

I hope you enjoyed this blog post and thank you so much for reading! I hope to see you back soon! xx

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HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT PRIMER FOR YOUR SKIN TYPE

HOW TO FIND THE PERFECT PRIMER FOR YOUR SKIN TYPE

When you are on the hunt for the perfect primer for your skin type, the most important thing is to know what skin type you have. You might already know it, but if you are in doubt, I would recommend you to read THIS post first where I explain to you how to find your skin type. In this post, I will explain to you what kind of primers you should be going for depending on your skin type and also give you some recommendations on primers as well.

Let’s start off this talk about primers for oily skin. When you have oily skin, your skin produces an excess amount of oil and your skin will look shiny and become shinier through the day. You might also have enlarged pores. To keep the oils at bay and make sure that your complexion doesn’t become shiny, a matte and oil-free primer is the way to go for you. If you struggle with enlarged pores as well, then a pore filling primer would be your best choice. My two recommendations for primers for oily skin is #1 The POREfessional from Benefit Cosmetics (£26, *) and #2 Shine Killer from NYX Cosmetics (£11, *). Both of these primers are silicone based which means that they will smooth out pores and fine lines while they mattify your complexion. If you have oily skin, then leave your favourite primer in the comments to help out other people with oily skin to find their perfect primer match!

Let’s jump straight into primers for dry skin! When you have dry skin, your skin might feel tight and look flaky and have dried out patches. You might already have guessed it, but your perfect primer needs to hydrate your skin. My two recommendations for dry skin is #3 Hangover Primer from Too Faced (£27, *) and #4 Hydrating Face Primer from Elf Cosmetics (£7.50). The Hangover Primer is a water-based primer while the Hydrating Primer from Elf is a silicone-based primer. The thing to bear in mind when choosing between a water-based and silicone-based primer is that it needs to go with the rest of your face products, this includes moisturizer and foundation. If you go with a water-based primer then the other products have to be water-based as well and vice versa. Otherwise, your base is likely to start separating. If you have dry skin, then leave your favourite primer in the comments to help out other people with dry skin to find their perfect primer match!

The next skin type in my book is combination skin, so let’s talk about primers for you. When you have combination skin, you have a combo of oily and dry skin with oily skin in the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) and dry skin on the cheeks. My biggest recommendation for you would be to multi-prime. Now you might ask, “what is multi-priming?”. Well, that is actually the same as multi-masking where you use different masks on your face depending on the issue. Multi-priming is just using different primers depending on the issue. So you will need a mattifying primer for the T-zone and a hydrating primer for your cheeks. A good mattifying primer for the T-zone could be the #5 Spackle Treatment Even Tone Makeup Primer from Laura Geller (£25, *) while the #6 Beauty Under(Cover) Perfecting Coconut Face Primer from Marc Jacobs (£32) would be great for the cheeks. You can also seek inspiration at some of the recommendations for both oily and dry skin. If you have combination skin, then leave your favourite primer in the comments to help
out other people with combination skin to
find their perfect primer match!

Let’s finish these recommendations with some for normal skin. I have normal skin myself, so when I have to choose a primer for the day, the only one I listen to is my skin. If my skin feels dehydrated I will prime with a hydrating primer (like the ones I recommended for dry skin) and if I know I need my skin to stay matte I will prime with a mattifying primer like the #8 High-Spreadability Fluid Primer from The Ordinary (£5.50, *). I also like to prime with a shimmery primer like this #7 Shimmering Skin Perfector from Becca (£34, *) which is available in a lot of shades (this one is in the shade Moonstone). You can also choose to prime with a mattifying primer and then go over it with a liquid highlighter. I also like to multi-prime as I always go in with a pore filling primer on my nose and then always use another primer on the rest of my face. If you have normal skin, then leave your favourite primer in the comments to help out other people with normal skin to find their perfect primer match!

I hope this post gave you both information and inspiration on what type of primers you should go for with your specific skin type. I really enjoyed making this for you as it is a bit different than the other makeup posts I normally do. Thank you so much for reading, I hope to see you back soon xx

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8 DESIGNER BELTS I HAVE MY EYES ON

8 DESIGNER BELTS I HAVE MY EYES ON

//1 Vintage Buckle Belt (Saint Laurent, £340) – //2 Embellished Snake Belt (Gucci, £770) – //3 Seashell Buckle Belt (Versace, £590) – //4 Icon Buckle Belt (Dsquared2, £260) – //5 Metallic Buckle Belt (Alberta Ferretti, £405) – //6 Leather Square Buckle Belt ( Givenchy, £310) – //7 Medusa Belt (Versace, £320) – //8 GG Logo Belt (Gucci, £320)

Belts are actually a newer obsession of mine. I never really understood why people liked fancy and eye-catching belts as I never wore anything that would show off my belt. As I have gotten older, I realised how cool outfits with visible belts are! Like when a T-shirt is tucked into high waisted jeans, trousers or skirts, that might be one of my favourite examples of why I have become a lover of belts. Also, a dress with a belt around the waist is a winner in my opinion!

When talking about belts from luxury brands, I would normally go for something different or something which is easily recognizable as a luxury brand. Belts like #6, #7, and #8 are those types of belts which I would describe as easily recognizable, as they all have the logo of the brand as the buckle. These types of belts would be great for the tucked-in-Tshirt-outfits I talked about before!

Also, belt #1 and #4 would be great for these kinds of outfits as they are very simple and can give a nice edge to an outfit! Even trough these belts don’t have anything logo-like as the ones I talked about before but I still think these belts would be worth the money as they are very stylish.

The belts at #2, #3, and #5 are some more colourfull belts which I think would look amazing around the waist when you are wearing dresses or even paired with one coloured outfits like all-white or all-black outfits for a pop of colour. If I had to choose one belt from the collage above as my favourite, then I have to go with #2 as I think it is a very unique and eye-catching belt!

Thank you so much for reading this posts, I hope to see you back soon! Don’t forget to tell me which belt is your personal favourite and how you would style it! xxx

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TUTORIAL: BOLD & ANGULAR BROWS

TUTORIAL: BOLD & ANGULAR BROWS

For long I have wanted to do some tutorials on both full glam brows and more natural brows. Benefit Cosmetics is right now hosting a competition called “Brow Search” where you have to recreate at least two of their five brow styles; Bold & Angular, Feathered, Crisp & Wisp, Natural, and Straight. Everyone can join this competition! Recreate two (or more) of their brow styles and share a picture of them on Instagram where you tag @benefitcosmetics, #benefitbrows and #benefitbrowsearch. The competition is ending April 30. This tutorial is for the Bold & Angular brow style which is my personal favourite!

To create bold and angular brows, I use brow pomade as it gives a nice edge to the brows. I used the NYX Cosmetics Tame & Frame Tinted Brow Pomade (*) in two different shades; Brunette and Blonde. The reason I use two different shades is that one of them is too light and the other one is too dark. When I only use Brunette, I think my brows get a bit too dark. When I only use Blonde, you can clearly see that I have used a brow pomade because my hairs are darker than the pomade. To make the brow pomades creamy, I use the Inglot Duraline as I don’t think the pomades are creamy enough by itself. For brush, I use the Small Angled Liner Brush from Coastal Scents.

I started off by brushing through my brows with a clean spoolie. I had already dropped one drop of Duraline into both pomades so they would be nice and creamy when I should use them. I always use the lightest brow pomade, Blonde, at the… ehh… body of my brow? I don’t know what it is called, but you know, the thickest part of my brow. I always use the darkest brow pomade, Brunette, at the tail of my brow (the slimmest part of my brow). I started with the shade Blonde and worked my way from the top part of the brow to the bottom part and I applied it all the way out to the arch (where the brow bends) of the brow.

I then went in with Brunette on the tail. Here I always start with a straight line down the middle of the tail which will serve as a guideline. I then fill in the tail around the “guideline” and all the way up to the arch where I will blend the two shades together. I then clean up with concealer around my brows, mostly around the tail as that is where I need the most cleaning up to do. To complete the brows, I use the NYX Cosmetics Control Freak Eyebrow Gel to keep my brows in place!

I hope you enjoyed this brow tutorial and I would love to see a lot of you enter the competition as well! I hope you are having a great week so far! xx

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OUTFIT: BLACK THIGH HIGH BOOTS & WHITE JEANS

OUTFIT: BLACK THIGH HIGH BOOTS & WHITE JEANS

Thigh high boots (Public Desire, similar here (*) and here (*)) – Black turtleneck (H&M, similar here) – White jeans (Fashion Nova) – Black and grey kimono (5 Inch and Up by Nelly, can’t find anything similar 🙁 )

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HARRY POTTER MAKEUP SERIES: RON WEASLEY INSPIRED MAKEUP LOOK

HARRY POTTER MAKEUP SERIES: RON WEASLEY INSPIRED MAKEUP LOOK

This is my third makeup look in my Harry Potter Inspired Makeup Series. I think these looks are so fun to create as the colours that inspire me often is something I don’t normally would go to. Like in this look where I chose to let Ron Weasley inspire me. Ron became best friends with Harry Potter in their first year at Hogwarts. Ron’s entire family is known for their red hair which inspired me to use the orange shade. Ron also has blue eyes, hence the blue shades in my makeup look.

Before I started playing with any eyeshadow, I primed my lids with my trusty MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in the shade Soft Ochre and used a translucent powder to set it. For this makeup look, I wanted to make a blue crease and use an orange shadow all over the lid. For some extra drama, I wanted to apply a blue, winged eyeliner as well. I started off this look by applying some of the blue shadow Electric Blue from Coastal Scents (which I can’t find on their website.. I don’t know if they have had a clear out as this is not the first shade I can’t find). I used the Pointed Blender Brush from Coastal Scents to apply the shadow. I knew I wanted to do a cut crease, so I layed down the blue shadow in somewhat the shape I wanted. I then blended out the Electric Blue shadow using the same brush but dipped it into the light blue Cornflower Blue from Coastal Scents (which I again can’t find…) and used small, circular motions.

The next step was to cut the crease! I here used the Dermacol Foundation (I bought mine off eBay) and the Small Foundation Concealer Brush from Coastal Scents. When I had cut the crease, I made sure to set the foundation I had used with powder so it would not transfer anywhere. I then applied the orange shade Orange Crush from Coastal Scents (couldn’t be found either…) on my lid using the Accent Brush from Real Techniques. I used this small brush for precision. Next, I used the NYX Cosmetics Vivid Brights Eyeliner (*) in the shade Sapphire for my winged eyeliner. I have only used this liner for small details on my winged liner before and have not used it for an entire wing until now. If you don’t have a blue eyeliner, then I wouldn’t recommend this one as it is very flaky! I had the same issue with their white eyeliner. You can make it work though. After I made the wing I used some of my Dermacol Foundation (which I use as concealer) to clean up under the wing.

With the Accent Brush from Real Techniques, I layed down some of the shade Electric Blue under my eyes and used the Pointed Blender Brush dipped into Cornflower Blue to blend it out. Then, I finished up my makeup! I used the Tony Moly Easy Touch Auto Eye Brow in the shade Brown for my brows and used the NYX Cosmetics Control Freak Eyebrow Gel to keep them in place. I curled my lashes with the Eylure Heated Eyelash Curler (*) and applied some of the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara (*) to my lashes and added a couple of the Eylure Individual Lashes (*) to the outer part of my lashes. I highlighted my inner corner with the shade Golden Dawn from the Anastasia Beverly Hills Glow Kit (*) and I used the shade White Sand from the same kit to highlight my brow bones and my cheekbones.

I hope you enjoyed this makeup look as I really enjoyed creating it! I think these colours really pushed me out of my comfort zone and made me experiment a bit more. I hope to see you back soon! xxx

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10 NECKLACES UNDER 10 POUNDS

10 NECKLACES UNDER 10 POUNDS

//1 Gold Horn Pendant Necklace (£6, *) – //2 Silver Pendant Necklace (£14) – //3 Linked Circle Pendant Necklace (£5, *) – //4 Vintage Multi-Row Necklace (£10, *) – //5 Silver Star Pendant Necklace (£7, *) – //6 Double Chain Pearl Necklace (£8, *) – //7 Birthstone Pendant Necklace (£8) – //8 Gold Double Coin Necklace (£7) – //9 Filigree Layered Choker Necklace (£10) – //10 Gold Diamante Pendant Necklace (£7)

Well… This is actually 9 necklaces under 10 pounds and 1 necklace under 15 pounds as I, for some reason, picked a necklace which retails for 14 pounds… I don’t know how that happened but it is stunning even though it is four pounds more. The necklace I am talking about is #2. The necklaces at #2, #5 (*) and #10 are in the same “genre” of necklaces according to me, as they all are pendant necklaces and contains some sort of stones. This kind of necklaces might be my favourites of all necklaces as I think they are so delicate and flattering!

The most of the necklaces from my collage are delicate and very simple. A style that is very hot right now is the layered necklaces. They can be bought as one necklace which looks like a layered necklace but there is only one clamp in the neck. All the layered necklaces I have included above (#4 (*), #6, and #9) only have one clamp which makes it so easy! You can, of course, buy individual necklaces and layer them which would make it very personal! Then you are able to mix and match your favourite necklaces and maybe mix in some necklaces with special meanings for you and even mix and match budget and luxury items. Maybe even mix metals if you are into that.

Another style in pendant necklaces I am so into right now is the coin necklaces which is seen in #4 (*) and #8. I think they are so fun and the individual coin necklaces (#8) will work very well as a layered necklace! The one at #7 might look a bit like a coin, but it isn’t. It is just a gold disk and then there is a little birthstone included in the chain as well. I just chose my own birthstone for July, but you will be able to find your own birthstone on the website.

I think my ultimate favourite necklace from the collage has to be #6 (*)! I think pearl details are so cute and super stunning! I really adore the look of this necklace and think it would look great paired with different kinds of outfits! I would love to know which necklace is your favourite, so let me know in the comments!

I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post! I think it is so fun to find items for when you are on a budget as I always get surprised at how many nice items you can get for a good price! I hope to see you back soon! xxx

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MY ENTRY TO THE NYX NORDIC FACE AWARDS

MY ENTRY TO THE NYX NORDIC FACE AWARDS

THIS IS MY ENTRY TO THE NYX NORDIC FACE AWARDS 2018! I have created a pink forest fairy and I am so proud of the finished look! A big challenge for me was that one of the requirements in this competitions was that I had to make a video on how I created this look and upload it to Instagram (click THIS LINK to see my video!). It might sound easy, but as one who has never filmed anything before, it was a bit of a challenge! It later turned out that it wasn’t the recording part that was going to be my issue as I found a way to make it work. I edited my clips together using the app iMovie for MacBook and I think it turned out great and I was surprised how easy the program was to use! Until I had to save the 60-second video I just created… I tried to save it for four days!!!! I won’t even go into why and what I have tried! If I am being totally honest with you… Then I have to admit that I literally had a breakdown where I just stood there crying with my boyfriend trying to comfort me and cheer me up. I had used to much time and energy on this makeup look and this video. I was totally heartbroken that I could not get this programme to save the video to my desktop.

I ended up making a screen video of my own video (which is what the first part of my Instagram video is and why it is so bad quality). For whatever reason, it didn’t record the last part of my video and just skipped ahead to the ending so I had to try to save the last part of my video which surprisingly succeeded! That is the reason for the varying quality in my video hahahah. But I am finally here, on the finish line! I have uploaded my video to Instagram and I am now ready to see who they pick as the lucky 30 contestants! Honestly, I would be so proud to just reach top 30 as there are sooooo many talented boys and girls who have joined the competition! I am glad that I am not one of the judges who have to take such a hard decision!

But what is my inspiration for this look? Why did I choose to create a pink forest fairy? I normally create wearable looks, but as I was looking through some of the other contestants and some of the looks from the last couple of years, I realised that I had to come up with something different and throw myself out of my comfort zone! If you read my blog, then you might have seen my Harry Potter Inspired Makeup Series and thereby might have concluded that I love Harry Potter and the entire universe! I love fantasy and I have always been very creative with drawing my own fantasy animals and writing fantasy stories when I was younger, so I knew I wanted to create something in this genre.

Products used (in order):
The Ordinary High-Spreadability Fluid Primer (*), NYX Cosmetics Pore Filler (*), Makeup Revolution Liquid Highlighter in Starlight (*), The Ordinary Coverage Foundation (*), LA Girl Pro Conceal, MAC Cosmetics Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Soft Ochre, Makeup Revolution Blush Palette in All About Pink (*), NYX Cosmetics Tame & Frame Brow Pomade in Blonde and Brunette (*), NYX Cosmetics White Liquid Liner (*), NYX Cosmetics Vivid Brights Liner in Fire and Halo, Essence Lash Princess False Lash Effect Mascara, Eylure Individual Lashes (*), Makeup Revolution Highlighter Palette (*), Jeffree Star Cosmetics Velour Liquid Lipstick in Birthday Suit (limited edition), Essence Shine Shine Shine Lipgloss in Indie Romance.

I really enjoyed creating this look so I hope you enjoyed it as well and I hope I inspired you to try something different and throw yourself out of your comfort zone! I hope to see you back soon!

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30 SHADES OF YELLOW

30 SHADES OF YELLOW



//1 – Satin Shoulder Bag – //2 Bomber Jacket (*) – //3 Vinyl Skirt (*) – //4 Tailored Blazer – //5 Roll Neck Knit Dress (*) – //6 Sunglasses – //7 Crock Block Heels – //8 Flower Neck Tee – //9 Clear Heels – //10 Spiked Bag – //11 Satin Heels (*) – //12 Double Breasted Blazer – //13 Shopper Tote Bag – //14 Knit Dress with Split Sleeves (*) – //15 Hoop Earrings – //16 Fur Vest (*) – //17 Studded Cross Body Bag – //18 Floral Pencil Skirt – //19 Pearl Button Blazer – //20 Jeggins – //21 Clear Strap Heels (*) – //22 Crystal Cross Body Bag – //23 Plunge Dress – //24 Shirt – //25 Bracelet – //26 Long Cardigan – //27 Tee with Stripe Details – //28 Culottes – //29 Satin Sandals (*) – //30 Tote Bag

I have always thought that yellow was such a badass colour for a clothing item! I love people who rock colours like yellow. I think yellow items like coats, furs, blazers, and cardigans are the easiest to style as you can throw them over literally any kind of outfit! The blazer at #4 is my favourite blazer of the three I included in the collage above. You can pair it with an all black or all white outfit and even with a pair of denim jeans and a classic white tee! If you want to go all in, you can pair it with a pair of matching trousers like these which are by the same designer as the blazer.

Yellow accessories is a great way to incorporate more colour into your outfit. Take for example the sunglasses at #6, these sunglasses are all yellow – even the glass is yellow! They would really spice up an outfit! If you think yellow sunglasses are a bit too much or not your cup of tea, then shoes, bags, or jewellery might be a better option for you! I think the matching earrings and bracelet at #15 and #25 are so stunning and would easily give your outfit a nice pop of colour!

One of my favourite items from the collage is the yellow culottes at #28 as I think they are such an iconic item! I think they would look great paired with a white shirt and a white pair of court heels to elongate your legs. I am also totally in love with the knit dress at #14 which actually have split sleeves which you aren’t able to see on the picture in the collage, but if you click the link then be prepared to fall in love! I would style the dress with a wide waist belt in black and a pair of black thigh high boots! I am drooling at the thought of this outfit!

I hope I gave you some inspiration on how to style yellow items and that you now believe that you need at least one yellow item in your closet! Let me know what item of the collage is your favourite! Mine might be #14 aaaaaand I think I need to order it! Thank you for reading my blog post! I hope to see you back soon xxx

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